Vegetables - Poem by James Wilson
The Old man rested the bag
On a rusty nail
On the broken fence.
Enclosed in polythene; wrapped in dirt
Two of each vegetable
With new-born smiles.
He was two-hundred and five.
I often wonder
If he's still alive.
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